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Discover Tuesdays: MYSTERY ROAD 27/10

Toby King, Marketing Manager at Duke of York’s and Duke’s at Komedia in Brighton, gives up his thoughts on this week’s Discover Tuesdays presentation… 438 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: ALL THIS MAYHEM 21/10

John-Paul Pierrot, Marketing Executive at Picturehouse, takes a look at today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of skateboarding documentary ALL THIS MAYHEM.

Charting the meteoric rise of the Pappas brothers – two Australian street urchins who took the world of professional skateboarding by storm in the ’90s – … 298 more words

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Wakolda (2013)

So Picturehouse cinemas do this thing called ‘Discover Tuesdays’ http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/Picturehouse_Recommends/Discover_Tuesdays/ Pretty cool and means that this film, which already came out in 2013 and I missed, was on this evening. 635 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: WAKOLDA 14/10

Lindsay Harvey, Marketing Admistrator at Picturehouse, previews today’s Discover Tuesday presentation of Lucía Puenzo’s WAKOLDA.

Adapted from director Lucía Puenzo’s own factually inspired novel, WAKOLDA… 506 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: WATERMARK 7/10

Toby King, Marketing Manager at Duke of York’s and Dukes at Komedia, takes a look at today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of WATERMARK

Water! Water! Water! 349 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: LILTING 30/9

Ahead of today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of LILTING, Phil Guy – Marketing Manager at The Ritzy – reviews the highly acclaimed drama.

Cambodian filmmaker Hong Khaou’s quietly accomplished debut centres on the sudden and unexpected death of Kai (Andrew Leung), long-time partner and lover to Richard (Ben Whishaw) and doting son to his aging mother, Junn (Pei-pei Cheng). 386 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: LILTING 30/9

Frances Taylor, Office Manager at Picturehouse, takes a look at today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of LILTING

Human connections transcend language barriers in this quiet, complex family drama about love and loss. 479 more words

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